The owners of the various companies are well aware of the problems and issues of company. They also know the importance of their company’s reputation & status. Those firms who have a strong position they attract people towards them. People tend to buy products from these companies. But at times companies focus less on its reputation which then becomes management risks.
Read this insightful post by Kristi Hines at blog.kissmetrics.com about Online Reputation Management:
Pinterest Marketing Tips for SEO, Traffic, and Online Reputation Management
Last week, Neil Patel wrote a huge article on The Marketer’s Guide to Pinterest which was a hit! It covers how to use Pinterest, how to find content to pin, 9 reasons marketers should use it, the brands using it, 14 marketing strategies, 9 ways to get followers, and optimizing your profile for local search. This week, I thought I would add a few additional statistics about Pinterest, how it compares to Tumblr, and tips for marketers looking to get more out of the Pinterest network.
Elements of reputational risks:
There are three things that establish the extent to which a company is revealed to reputational risks.
1. Firstly, it is important to notice that either the company exceeds in its true character or not.
2. Secondly, the extent of change in beliefs and expectations.
3. Thirdly, The quality of internal management.
Also take a look at this article by Kristi Hines at socialmediaexaminer.com for useful ways:
5 Ways to Use Google+ to Improve Your Search Engine Optimization
By Kristi Hines
January 4, 2012
Do you want to improve your search engine optimization?
Embracing Google+ should be on your short list of activities.
Experts continue to debate whether Google+ has the power to last beyond Google’s previous attempts at entering the social networking realm.
But one thing is clear: Google+ is making its presence known in Google search results now.
Here are some ways you can ensure that your Google+ usage will help with your search rankings.
One of the main issue in reputation management is the poor coordination. It means the coordination among the decisions made by different units. Moreover, if the expectation fails to meet then the company has to suffer.
Changes in beliefs & expectations
When the expectations towards a company are changed while the company stands at same place, then the risks of management or reputation increases.
Take a look at this video by Kogan Page to know Andrew Griffin’s stance on this subject:
A company must have the capability to meet the performance expectations of the stake holders.
Company should monitor the changes that take place. It is not an easy job but can be done through surveys.
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